Published in: 2018
Dumpert, J., Gelbard, S., Huggett, C., Padilla, A.
Elke Johanna de Buhr
Water Access and Sanitation Collaborative Council
There is limited documented information about the WASH experiences of women with disabilities in Cambodia. It is critical to listen to their voices in order to better shape programs and policies, and begin challenging discriminatory attitudes. Greater participation is the first step to ensuring that women with disabilities can access the facilities, services, and products to manage their WASH needs effectively, safely, and with dignity. This brief captures key highlights from the stories of 25 women interviewed across three provinces in Cambodia in 2017. It aims to contribute to a greater knowledge base of understanding around the experiences that Cambodian women and girls with disabilities have accessing WASH.
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Dumpert, J., Gelbard, S., Huggett, C., Padilla, A. (2018). WASH Experiences of Women Living with Disabilities in Cambodia. WSSCC
East Asia & Pacific English Sexual and gender minorities Women's rights & representation and empowerment
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